Future Stars Hockey Team OR

Future Stars Hockey Team OR

Future Stars Hockey Team

For the team’s first season, they were only able to raise $210,000. And, they had to compete with a stacked set of professional hockey teams. They did this by doing something that seemed like an extreme reach. They found a guy named Jamie Kang who loved hockey but had no idea that the team existed and asked him if he would buy dinner for a hundred people for $200. He did it and asked for season tickets on the spot.


Registration is now available for the 2021-2022 Cutting Edge Future Stars League, the Halton region’s premier development program for hockey players 4 to 8 years of age. Led by Head Instructor Perry D’Arrisso, the Future Stars League will start on Saturday, September, 18, 2021 and end on Sunday, March 6 2022. Practices will again occur on Saturdays with games being played on Sundays. Registration will also include a jersey and socks.

Future Stars, the largest sports camp for girls with over 10,000 field hockey alumnae, is directed by Megan Eddinger, coach at Muhlenberg College, & Jenn Rush, former coach at Delaware Valley College and four-year standout at Kutztown University where Rush excelled at field hockey. Jenn's successful experience as an athlete and coach in the sport of field hockey enhances the Future Stars Camp Program with new, innovative drills and team tactics. Rush's career as an All American provides a combination of the techniques used worldwide. Future Stars, the leading girls sports camp featuring over a quarter century of experience, invites you to be a part of this winning combination. (Source: www.futurestarscamps.com)


In due course England Hockey would like clubs’ ‘Talent Centres’ and ‘Talent Academies’ (their language for what we are developing) to play fixtures alongside junior hockey. In 2021-22 junior hockey fixtures will still be played through our regular junior sides. However, there is likely to be match play within the Future Stars training programme and this might look like outdoor or indoor fixtures against top local schools or clubs.

www.guildfordhc.com)The player is at the heart of this programme. This means that the 30 training sessions will be organised to reflect times when particular age groups have significant academic pressure. For instance, early January is likely to be a light training period for U18 groups as schools begin mock exams for Year 11 and 13 pupils. Equally, an individual player may choose not to attend some sessions. We envisage that catching up sessions later in the season, particularly when other junior and adult hockey finishes may work for some young players. A full calendar will be published in July. (Source:



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